Beachcombers at Muir Beach found some substantial flotsam recently. “It certainly created quite a discussion point for all the beachgoers over the hot Marin weekend,” said Craig Allender.
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Diesel Engine Maintenance Seminar
Saturday, September 26
In this popular seminar, the nautical "Click & Clack" Project Manager, Mike Haley, and top mechanic, Bill Peacock, take you through the ins and outs of your diesel engine as only true professionals can.
Normally, conditions are pretty tranquil in Papeete’s harbor, shown here, and in the nearby anchorage off Marina Taina.
Trekka wasn’t too roomy, but this Laurent Giles-designed sloop took the young singlehander safely around the world.
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The Leukemia Cup is a great time for a good cause. © 2009 Leukemia Cup Regatta Next weekend, sailors from around the Bay will ‘Raise a Sail, Race to Win, and Help Save a Life’ at the Leukemia Cup Regatta.
"I am convinced that had the U.S. government hired Mexico to handle the post Katrina clean up in New Orleans, that city would have been up and running in three weeks," writes Charlie Bloomer, a yacht broker at Sea of Cortez Yachts in San Carlos, Mexico.
John Kilroy Jr.’s TP 52 Samba Pa Ti haulin’ the mail at last year’s Rolex Big Boat Series.
Australian Jessica Watson, 16, left Mooloolaba aboard her S&S 34 Ella’s Pink Lady yesterday morning bound for Sydney.
If Jaime, Mera and Aeron thought their world was turned upside-down by sailing aboard Profligate in last spring’s Sea of Cortez Sailing Week, it was nothing compared to Jimena.
You’ll feel a lot better about life while harnessing the power of the wind, rather than the power of petro-chemicals!
While Hurricane Jimena is not dead yet, so far the news has been all good for mariners when it comes this former Category 4 hurricane that paralleled the coast of mainland Mexico a good distance offshore and then finally made landfall at Bahia Santa Maria, about 175 miles north of Cabo San Lucas.
We all know how the rain falls in Spain, but in Northern California, the rain mainly falls in the winter.
Hans Klaar’s 73-ft Ontong Java was a welcome sight to many Polynesians. © 2009 Glenn Tieman The name Glenn Tieman should ring a bell with regular visitors to this site and readers of Latitude 38 magazine.
When last we heard from Dick and Sharon Drechsler, they were prepping their Long Beach-based Catalina 470 Last Resort for a trip down the beach from Puget Sound.
Although details have yet to be finalized, festivities in San Diego surrounding the annual Baja Ha-Ha cruisers’ rally are expected to reach a new level.
A 13-year-old Dutch girl attempting to become the youngest-ever circumnavigator has been placed under state supervision in the Netherlands.
Ted Kennedy, who loved sailing and being at sea about as much as he loved anything else, passed away last night at Hyannis Port, MA.
Less than a week after a jury found his case against Bismarck Dinius to be less than convincing, embattled Lake County District Attorney Jon E.
Sausalito sailor Tim Sell caught this great series of shots during last night’s Sausalito YC Beer Cans.
Here’s of broader view of the landing at Niue. That’s Greetings anchored offshore.
Assuming this sailboat is not motorsailing, the skipper is running a proper light configuration: running lights but no steaming lights.
Pro photographer Peter “Snaketamer” Lyons rode herd on the runaway Viper until the larger Protector Escapade arrived.
What the?! Can you explain this unretouched photograph? © 2009 Daydream We’ve seen about a million photos of sunsets, but the one above, taken by Wayne Wilson and Susan Leader of the Ladysmith, British Columbia-based Selestra 50 Daydream, is unique.
After yesterday’s not-guilty verdicts, Bismarck Dinius and his family are understandably on Cloud Nine.